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Taking specifically the case of the chaotic "scrambling" of quantum information, there is a famous conjecture, currently the subject of much study, that the fastest possible scrambler is a black hole. As an amateur on this subject, perhaps the best I can do is to quote the title and abstract of one of the relevant papers: A bound on chaos We ...


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An interesting question that unfortunately might not have a clear answer and/or be off topic (see this discussion on big list questions). Why is it hard to answer? First, Lyapunov exponents $\lambda$ have unit of frequency, i.e., 1/time and systems have intrinsic time scales $\tau$, so a normalized Lyapunov exponent $$\lambda_\tau=\lambda/\tau$$ would ...


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vengaq, There is no evidence that consciousness has any relevance for physics. In a "Wigner's friend" scenario the two observers do not experience different realities or different outcomes for the same experiment. They simply use different descriptions of the experiment based on the information available to them. The observer inside the lab knows the ...


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After doing some studies on this subject for months now I did received the answer to the question that I've been looking out for(I'm really Shameful for myself now).Ok then, here it goes as the phenomena of Chaos is Unpredictable so one can NEVER determine the exact values of Chaotic System Parameters for which the system exhibit Sensitive dependence on ...


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